5 Habits for Success in Recovery
Starting a new life in recovery takes hard work and a long-term commitment. Developing good everyday habits can help you stay on track. Here are a few habits for success: … Read More
JANUARY ALUMNI GATHERINGS
In the Triangle – January 7, 2019… 7-8pm, Discussion of Step 1 moderated by Gordon R Join us for an evening on Step 1. This event is free but registration is suggested. To RSVP for this free event, click here.
In the Triad – January 9, 2019… 7:30-8:30pm, Discussion of Step 1 Join us for an evening on Step 1. This event is free but registration is suggested. To RSVP for this free event, click here.
In Charlotte – January 16, 2019… 6:30-8:30pm, We’ll have a recovery speaker from Dilworth This event is free but registration is suggested. To RSVP for this free event, click here.
In Wilmington – January 24, 2019… 8-9pm, Intro & Kick Off meeting with Mike Yow This event is free but registration is suggested. To RSVP for this free event, click here.
OTHER WORKSHOPS & EVENTS
February 23, 2019… 9-11am, A Celebration of Fatherhood & Father Figures Join us for a breakfast and panel discussion on fatherhood, father figures, and the recovery process in our SECU Lecture Hall – located at Fellowship Hall our Alumni Outpatient Center. Men and women are welcome to attend. This event is free but registration is required. To RSVP for this free event, click here.
February 24, 2019 … 2:30pm, SCRUBS VS. SUITS! Make plans to cheer on the Doctors vs the Lawyers at the 3rd annual Scrubs vs. Suits fundraising event held at Page High School. The event is organized by the Greater Greensboro Society of Medicine Alliance, an organization of physician spouses dedicated to improving the health of our community. The Alliance has chosen Fellowship Hall as this year’s nonprofit to support. Come on out to support the game and Fellowship Hall! This event is free and everyone is welcome.
April 28, 2019…2pm, 3rd Annual Walk for Recovery! Put your sneakers on and come out for our celebration of recovery in downtown Greensboro. We’ll start and end our 1-mile walk at Center City Park. Representatives from treatment centers around the community and state will be on hand, as well as speakers to help us celebrate recovery! Registration will open in February. This event is free and everyone is welcome.
August 2-4, 2019... Recovery Weekend with Fellowship Hall Save the date for our 69th annual conference with speakers from across the US sharing their recovery challenges and success. You’ll leave inspired and encouraged. The event will be held at the Downtown Greensboro Marriott, beginning Friday evening through Sunday afternoon. Registration will open in June 2019.
August 2, 2019…E. Raymond Alexander Memorial Golf Tournament at Sedgefield Country Club’s Dye Course! Hit the links with us and help support scholarships to our Family Program!! This year’s tournament will be especially exciting as we move from Bryan Park to Sedgefield’s Dye Course (off Fleming Road, Greensboro). This challenging course should prove entertaining and fun. Registration will open in June 2019.
September 21, 2019…2nd Annual Ride 4 Recovery! Are you a motorcycle enthusiast? Then this event is for you! Join us on a Saturday morning for a beautiful ride through Guilford County. We’ll start at Riding High Harley Davidson in High Point and end at Fellowship Hall. Proceeds from the event will support Fellowship Hall’s Partner Scholarship Program to help those less fortunate attend our Primary Program. Registration will open July 2019.